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Japanese Cooking Classes – Best Living Japan Studio Tokyo

japanese cooking classes

Always one of our most popular course offerings – Japanese cooking classes. Join a Best Living  Japanese cooking lesson to learn traditional Japanese home-style cooking.  You will also learn what is sold at a local supermarket, and how to select and buy the best ingredients for family cooking. After attending a few lessons, you will walk into a Japanese supermarket with more confidence and be able to throw together traditional Japanese home meals for your family.  All Japanese Cooking Classes are 7,500 JPY + 8% JP consumption tax and include lunch. All classes are held at the Best Living Japan Studio located at  @ 3-17-12 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo.  Click here for discount voucher information. Best Living Japan offers cooking, lifestyle, and crafting classes every day. Click here for 2019 Winter/Spring Best Living Japan courses.

2019 Winter/Spring – Japanese Cooking Classes

 

Best Living Japan 2019 Winter/Spring - Japanese Cooking Classes - Teriyaki Salmon and Chicken FRI. January 25

9:00am-12:15pm

Teriyaki Day

Learn how to make both Teriyaki Chicken and Teriyaki Salmon, and learn about the dashi (fish stock) and different leafy greens sold!

Main: Teriyaki Chicken and Salmon

Side 1: Ohitashi (boiled greens)

Side 2: Greens and Aburaage (deep-fried tofu) Miso Soup

Rice: White Rice

Allergens: Wheat, Soy, Fish, Chicken

Learnings: Learn how to make dashi, and shop for them. Also learn the different leafy greens sold at the local supermarket.

* Gluten free version available. Please let us know in advance.

Best Living Japan 2019 Winter/Spring - Japanese Cooking Classes - Gyoza FRI. February 1

9:00am-12:15pm

Gyoza Day

Learn how to make Gyoza and Karaage! Also learn the different types of miso and flours sold!

Main 1: Gyoza (Japanese potstickers)

Main 2: Karaage (Japanese deep fried chicken)

Side: Miso Soup

Rice: White Rice

Allergens: Wheat, Soy, Chicken, Pork

Learnings: Learn the different types of miso and flours sold at the local supermarket.

Note: We will use pre-made gyoza wrappers.

* Gluten free version available. Please let us know in advance.

Best Living Japan 2019 Winter/Spring - Japanese Cooking Classes - nikujagaFRI. February 8

9:00am-12:15pm

Nikujaga Day

Nikujaga has been one of the most popular menus among the kids! It’s considered the ultimate comfort food in Japan.

Main: Nikujaga (Beef or Pork and Potato Japanese Stew)

Side 1: Tamago Yaki (Japanese Omelet)

Side 2: Okura Miso Soup

Rice: Sweet Potato Rice

Allergens: Wheat, Eggs, Soy, Beef, Pork, Fish

Learnings: Learn about the different types of root tubers sold in the local supermarkets, and what konnyaku is and how to use it.

* Gluten free version available. Please let us know in advance.

Best Living Japan 2019 Winter/Spring - Japanese Cooking Classes - sushi FRI. March 1

9:00am-12:15pm

Sushi Day

Learn how to make a cute ball shaped sushi, the toppings can be fish/vegetables…all up to you!

Main: Sushi Temari (Ball Shaped Sushi)

Side 1: Daikon & Mizuna Salad

Side 2: Clam Soup

Allergens: Wheat, Egg, Fish, Shrimp and Crab, Soy

Learnings: How to select/buy soy sauce and rice at a local supermarket

* Gluten free version available. Please let us know in advance.

Best Living Japan 2019 Winter/Spring - Japanese Cooking Classes - tofu dayFRI. March 8

9:00am-12:15pm

 

Tofu Day

Learn and taste the different tofu sold, and learn how to incorporate them in daily dishes.

Main:  Agedashi Tofu (Fried Tofu with Mushroom Sauce)

Side 1:  Aburaage (deep-fried tofu) Salad

Side 2: Tofu Miso Soup

Rice: Takikomi Gohan (mixed rice)

Allergens: Wheat, Soy, Fish

Learnings: Know the different tofu, and how to cook them.

* Gluten free version available.

Best Living Japan 2019 Winter/Spring - Japanese Cooking Classes - grilled fishFRI. March 15

9:00am-12:15pm

 

Fish Day

Have you ever wondered how to cook the fish and seaweed sold in the local supermarket? This is your chance to learn how!

Main: 4 Types of Grilled Fish

Side 1:  Hijiki (type of seaweed) Salad

Side 2: Seaweed & Turnip Miso Soup

Rice: Turnip Leaf Rice

Allergens: Wheat, Fish, Soy

Learnings: Learn to grill the main 4 types of fish and use of various seaweeds for daily meals.

* Gluten free version available.

 

2019 Winter/Spring – Japanese Cooking Classes

Teacher Introduction

Born in Aomori Japan, raised in the USA and the Netherlands, Yuki loves cooking (and eating!) and shares her passion for cooking with expats and tourists from all over the world.  Her dishes are based on popular homemade Japanese cooking that anyone can easily cook, based on her mom’s recipe.  She is a graduate of Waseda University, and the Japan Food Coordinator School and is a Certified Food Sanitation Supervisor by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Bureau of Social Welfare and Public Health.

www.facebook.com/easycookingyuki

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